23rd International Symposium
Active Learning in Higher Education
February 2-4, 2022
ONLINE EVENT

Submit a book chapter for double-blind review. Participate in the online book writing symposium. All accepted authors are published worldwide.

Submit Book Chapter

Submit your book chapter for double-blind review no later than November 30, 2021. Download and follow the SUBMISSION GUIDELINES when you write, format and submit your chapter.

Register

If your book chapter is accepted by the review board, register online for the symposium and pay your symposium fee. Deadline January 7, 2022.

Participate

Participate in the online symposium with international colleagues, February 2-4, 2022. Authors collaborate to finalise our book for publication.

Contribute a chapter to the book ACTIVE LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION to be published worldwide by Libri Publishing Ltd., Oxfordshire, UK.

Then join fellow authors ONLINE for an inspiring and productive symposium.

All authors meet ONLINE and work collaboratively to review, edit, and finalise the book manuscript for publication.

This is a unique and collaborative academic symposium format devised by the Institute for Learning in Higher Education.

ALL participants are guaranteed a double-blind reviewed chapter in a worldwide publication.

Download SUBMISSION GUIDELINESSUBMIT CHAPTER FOR REVIEW

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About the Book, We’re Going to Publish Worldwide

We are to publish a book with the title ACTIVE LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION. The book will be available worldwide.

We invite faculty members at higher education institutions to write a BOOK CHAPTER showcasing an example of active learning at the university level and participate in the online symposium – where authors collaborate to finalise the book manuscript for publication.

WHY ACTIVE LEARNING?

Active learning is a method of learning where students are actively involved in the learning process.

For decades the dominant paradigm underlying university teaching has been didactic teaching in lecture theatres, where one responsible teacher delivers content to students.

Social learning theories, modern epistemologies, and new technologies are some of the aspects that have pushed for a change in the paradigm of teaching and learning in higher education.

Today, prime examples of learning-centred teaching and learning are based on active learning methodologies like:

  • Problem-based learning
  • Inquiry-based learning
  • Case-based learning
  • Research-based learning
  • Project-based learning
  • Blended learning
  • and other similar methodologies

We seek inspiring examples of how such active learning methodologies are practised at the university level.

The book we will write together at the 23rd international LiHE-symposium will showcase prime examples of ACTIVE LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION.

We call upon teachers, researchers, and relevant professionals in higher education to submit a BOOK CHAPTER for inclusion in this inspiring international book of the highest quality. The book will inspire readers to engage their students in new ways of teaching and learning.

The book will document ACTIVE LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION.

The book will be published worldwide by Libri Publishing Ltd., Oxfordshire, UK.

You will get credited as an author of the BOOK CHAPTER you submit. All BOOK CHAPTERS are double-blind reviewed, reviewed by peer-reviewers in collegial workgroups, and undergo editorial reviews.

Book editors: Kayoko Enomoto, Richard Warner and Claus Nygaard

 

YOUR SUBMISSION

Submit a 13-15 page chapter documenting your case of ACTIVE LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION. Follow the SUBMISSION GUIDELINES, which are downloadable from this website.

Your case must be clear and descriptive. Think of your chapter as a formative description, enabling readers of the BOOK to learn from your example and try your active learning methodology themselves.

The deadline for submitting your CHAPTER for double-blind review is November 30, 2021.

Reviewers will refer to the following questions when reviewing your CHAPTER:

Q. Does the BOOK CHAPTER show a clear case of active learning in higher education?
A. You must clearly describe your case of active learning. We wish to publish a book that inspires readers to take action and implement active learning themselves.

Q. Is the case of active learning documented in the BOOK CHAPTER compelling and concise?
A. It is a must that the readers will be able to follow your active learning methodology in such detail that they can implement a similar practice in their own university settings. We wish to publish a book that inspires readers to take action and implement active learning themselves.

Q. Is the BOOK CHAPTER rooted in learning theory?
A. Your case of active learning must be rooted in and reflected within the framework of a learning theory such as behaviourism, cognitivism, constructivism, humanism or similar. We aim to publish a book that clearly contributes to the field of learning theories.

Q. Is the BOOK CHAPTER rooted in active learning methodology?
A. It is also necessary that your active learning case clearly utilises theory-informed active learning methodology. It may be
Problem-based learning, Inquiry-based learning, Case-based learning, Research-based learning, Project-based learning, Blended learning and other similar methodologies. We aim to publish a book that clearly contributes to the field of active learning methodologies.

Symposium Fee

Symposium fee

€420
  • Includes
  • + online symposium participation
  • + publication fee
  • + 45% off any LiHE BOOK purchase during your year of membership.
  • + 3 copies of the BOOK when published.

LiHE guarantees you a worldwide primary publication in a rigorously reviewed international book from a recognised British publishing house.

Libri Publishing Ltd. is a member of the Publishers Licensing Society.

ABOUT THE PUBLISHER

Libri Publishing Ltd., Brunel House, Volunteer Way, Faringdon, Oxfordshire, SN7 7YR, England. Libri is a publishing company committed to providing innovative, high quality, challenging publications for readers. It is a highly responsive publishing service for authors and client organisations. Libri was established in February 2009 by a team of colleagues who had worked together for a dozen years in professional and academic publishing, knowledge transfer, and the management and delivery of blended learning projects. Between them, Libri’s senior managers have over fifty years of experience in media organisations, higher education, and consultancy. Their extensive expertise includes authorship, design, editing, printing and publishing, IT and e-learning pedagogy, and the design and provision of continuing professional development programmes. Libri supports its core expertise with a broad-based supply chain of long-established and highly skilled sub-contractors.

Libri Publishing Ltd. is the publisher of the following books written by members of the Institute for Learning in Higher Education:

  1. Teaching Creativity – Creativity in Teaching
  2. Postgraduate Education. Form and Function
  3. Beyond Transmission – Innovations in University Teaching
  4. Simulations, Games, and Role-Play in University Education
  5. Learning in Higher Education – Contemporary Standpoints
  6. Case-Based Learning in Higher Education
  7. Quality Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
  8. Student Engagement. Identity, Motivation, and Community
  9. Learning Space Design in Higher Education
  10. Technology-Enhanced Learning in Higher Education
  11. Innovative Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
  12. Learning to Research – Researching to Learn
  13. The globalisation of Higher Education
  14. Assessing Learning in Higher Education
  15. Teaching and Learning Entrepreneurship in Higher Education
  16. New Innovations in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
  17. Learning-Centred Curriculum Design in Higher Education
  18. Innovative Teaching and Learning Practices in Higher Education
  19. E-learning 1.0, 2.0, and 3.0 in Higher Education
  20. Teaching and Learning Innovations in Higher Education

RESEARCH ACCREDITATIONS AND DISSEMINATION

All book chapters are double-blind reviewed by the international review board of the Institute for Learning in Higher Education, collegially peer-reviewed by the symposium participants, and reviewed by the editorial board. The book undergoes a rigorous review process to secure a publication of the highest standard.

Libri Publishing Ltd. is a member of the Publishers Licensing Society.

Published by Libri Publishing Ltd., your chapter will have worldwide dissemination through international distribution agreements. To secure bibliographic information and research library coverage, the book is catalogued by CIP/The British Library, COPAC, WorldCat(r), ProQuest LibCentral, Ebrary, EBSCOHost.

The book is sold to the public through respected services like Amazon.com (and regional branches thereof), Barnes & Noble, Fishpond, WHSmith, Betterread, Saxo, Dymocks, Bokus, Exlibris, Booktopia, and multiple other leading online bookstores. Check THIS LINK to see an example of coverage of our book.

IMPORTANT DATES

30 NOVEMBER 2021: Deadline for submitting BOOK CHAPTERS for double-blind review.
14 DECEMBER 2021: Notification of review decisions. Accepted authors receive an invitation to proceed.
7 JANUARY 2022: Deadline for registration & payment (accepted authors only).
12 JANUARY 2022: The book manuscript is circulated to all participating authors.
2-4 FEBRUARY 2022: 23rd International LiHE symposium takes place ONLINE.
JUNE 2022: ACTIVE LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION is published worldwide by Libri Publishing Ltd., Oxfordshire, UK.